Sharemoney is federally and state regulated, and uses Extended Validation SSL security to protect your financial information.
Keeping your personal and financial information safe has always been our top priority. You can trust Sharemoney to protect your money transfers!
Can I trust Sharemoney with my financial information?
Sharemoney works hard to protect your personal and financial information. We have advanced technological systems that can guard any of your information with the highest level of security. Sharemoney is regulated by the federal government and various state agencies, and we are required to stay in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. All pages and forms on our website are encrypted, and every piece of information you enter on our site is protected.
How does Sharemoney keep my personal information safe?
How is Sharemoney regulated?
As a money transfer service of Omnex Group, Inc., Sharemoney is regulated directly by federal government and various state governments and agencies. We comply with all applicable laws and regulations, and we hold a license or secure an exemption as required in each state in which we operate.
What if my money doesn't reach my recepient?
We have strict protocols in Costa Rica that don't allow the payout of your funds to anyone without a valid government-issued ID that matches your recipient information exactly. In addition, Sharemoney offers our customers a 100% money back guatantee, which means that if for some reason your money does not reach your beneficiary, we will provide you a 100% refund. The money will be appear on your bank statement within 5-10 days.
What should I do to protect myself from scams?
In order to best protect yourself from international scams, we recommend you only transfer your money to people who you know and have met in person. You also need to change your Sharemoney password every few months to make sure your account is safe. Do not send money to someone else's behelf. In addition, if you find anything suspicious, please report to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What should I do if my account has been compromised?
For any security concerns, please call us at (866) 819-0119 or email us at email@example.com.